â€˜Not since Lord Snowdonâ€™s Private View in the sixties has such an important archive been produced to such impressive effectâ€™ -Tatler
Not since Lord Snowdon’s Private View in the sixties has such an important archive been produced to such impressive effect -Tatler
For five years Gautier Deblonde has worked closely with British artists to arrive at photo-images that catch the quick of the art world. With over seventy photos taken by a single photographer, this book represents a remarkable vision of the British art scene at the end of the twentieth century. In addition, Mel Gooding’s essay offers a vision of the relation of photography to the world of the artists.